Willis Towers Watson identifies lessons employers can learn from what it deems “best-performing” companies in its annual Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey.
The denial leaves in place an appellate court’s decision that claims in a lawsuit against the University of Southern California fell outside the scope of arbitration agreements signed by plaintiffs in the case, so the lawsuit over two of the university’s retirement plans may proceed.
In addition, the agency is holding a three-day webcast series in March.
Principal Flash Briefing, the firm’s financial wellness platform, relies on Alexa.
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In addition to a more than $13 million payment, Franklin has agreed to select a non-proprietary target-date fund (TDF) for its 401(k) plan’s investment lineup and increase company match contributions for three years.
Employees of Kroger say Central States’ plan trustees refused to negotiate a proposal with them after they filed an ERISA fiduciary duty lawsuit, but court documents show the trustees attempted negotiations after the filing of the suit and not before.
“Telemedicine stands out as the fastest-growing health care cost-management technique among employers,” says Julie Stich, associate vice president of content at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.
A letter to Gene Dodaro, Comptroller General of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), identifies 10 questions federal lawmakers would like the GAO to answer, following its examination.
Among other risk areas shared in a new report by Aon are expansion of data into mobile devices and sharing of data with third-party vendors and service providers.
The legislation would permit employers to contribute up to $5,250 tax-free to their employees’ student loans.
Employer contributions to public pensions fell below certain benchmarks for improving plan funded status, and the Society of Actuaries suggests a couple of reasons this may be so.